3D printing of Psion II parts.

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Re: 3D printing of Psion II parts.

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Martin before the printing he said to me that I have two choices. First to use resin (not the best option) and second to use plastic. I choose plastic and you can see the result  in photos. That is all I know for the moment. I will let you know as soon as I learn something more.
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Re: 3D printing of Psion II parts. (Finishing)

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MartinReid wrote: Wed May 19, 2021 4:46 pm Νίκος… You can see the classic layering of the 3D printing filament. Did '3D Revolution' tell you if they used PLA or ABS?

The lengths some people go to to finish PLA and ABS printed parts is outlined (here)

Maybe we could consider a different 3D printing technique... outlined (here)

Martin
I don't know if it helps but I learned that for the printing of this case it took 4 hours.
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Re: 3D printing of Psion II parts.

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This is the newer printing.
As you can see there is no clip.
It is fitted very well and very tight on the slot of the organizer.
They forgot to close the hole for the power adapter completely but anyway this is not the final shape of the comms link case for the USB comms link. I am waiting now for a USB comms link board in order to finalize the shape of the case.
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